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Coordinator for Service Learning, Residence Life, University of Colorado Boulder

The Coordinator for Service Learning works on cultivating programs that   develop custom and experiential learning opportunities that support residence   hall students by providing them with tools necessary to contribute to a   global and ever growing society. The service coordinator will work to create   meaningful service events, specifically in the following ways: overseeing   residence hall service related events, collaborating with the volunteer   resource center (VRC) on service offerings, philosophy and specifically the   day of service, researching service needs of specific populations, creating   and executing committees to support events, supervising event staff, and   overseeing event budgets. This is a twelve month, full-time professional   exempt position residing in residence life, within the Department of Housing   & Dining Services at the University of Colorado Boulder.

Housing & Dining   Services (HDS) is an innovative and transformative organization that creates   dynamic residential living and learning communities using socially just and   sustainable practices. We are characterized by our dedicated, knowledgeable   and caring staff, attractive facilities, exceptional dining experiences,   state-of-the-art technology, and quality conference services. We promote   experiences to support and challenge students to create the tools to build   their lives and achieve academic success. The HDS mission complements   residence life’s mission of connect, grow, succeed. Residence life involves   connecting students to other students, helping students get involved on   campus, and supporting students to help them feel welcomed and part of the CU   community.

Master’s degree   preferred, Bachelor’s minimum. For the full job description, minimum and   preferred qualifications, and to apply for the position, visit

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